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What did our Lord and Savior say

Author: Stephen C. Foster

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Text Information

First Line: What did our Lord and Savior say
Author: Stephen C. Foster
Refrain First Line: Suffer little children to come unto me

Timeline

Instances

Instances (1 - 5 of 5)Text InfoTune InfoTextScoreFlexScoreAudioPage Scan
Choral Harp for Sunday Schools #d161
Heavenly Echoes #d128
Hymns and Tunes for Home Worship #d241
Waters' Choral Harp: a new and superior collection of choice hymns and tunes, mostly new, written and composed for Sunday schools, missionary, revival, and social meetings, and for church worship #73Page Scan
Westminster Sabbath School Hymnal, a collection of hymns and tunes for use in sabbath-schools and social meetings #150Page Scan
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